Spain: Ruth Lorenzo’s de luxe duet

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The details of Ruth Lorenzo’s first album have been uncovered little by little. Now that the CD is completed, we know a bit more…

Little by little, with a touch of teasing, the latest Spanish representative in the Eurovision Song Contest let her fans know the different steps of the making of her first studio album. Now that Ruth Lorenzo’s Planeta Azul is achieved and the track list is out in the open we can see that one of the songs, Rey de corazones, is a duet with the Spanish flamenco singer Miguel Poveda, as read on different Spanish news websites. Ruth herself made this public thorugh a post on her Facebook page.

The cantaor Miguel Poveda is a renowned figure in the music style he has been cultivating. His career has been recognized with many awards and his albums list is extensive. His voice has been part of Spanish films by directors such as Pedro Almodóvar or Carlos Saura. He has collaborated with flamenco and other genres singers. His duets include such performers as María Dolores Pradera, Chavela Vargas or Pasión Vega.

With this collaboration Ruth Lorenzo enters a privileged list of music idols. Not just another duet, right?

The album Planeta Azul is set to be available on 28 October. The track list can be accessed in online stores such as iTunes and the first single Gigantes is already available for purchase.

Ruth Lorenzo participated for Spain in the 2014 Eurovision Song Contest with her song Dancing in the rain.

Stay tuned to esctoday.com for more news on Ruth Lorenzo, Spain and the Eurovision Song Contest.

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